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CFS2
            Focke-Wulf FW 187A-0 Falke
3.38Mb (1915 downloads)
CFS2 Focke-Wulf FW 187A-0 Falke. First designed in 1935 by Kurt Tank with absolutely no official requirement, the initial design performance calculations showed a potential speed of 348 mph (560 kmh) using 860 hp Daimler-Benz DB 600 engines. The initial batch of three pre-production Fw 187A-0 fighters were completed in the summer of 1939 with a rear facing radio/gunner position, and had 700 hp Jumo 210Ga engines. The armament consisted of two 0.787 in (20 mm) MG FF cannons and four 0.312 in (7.92 mm) MG 17 machine guns. The design was never adopted by the Luftwaffe and they fought the war with the arguably inferior bf110 and its successor, the Me210/410 series. The model is made by William Dickens The airfile and dp are by Christian Nölte The Textures by Willaim Dickens New Panel by Joachim Schmidt. 3.4MB
Posted Sep 19, 2007 08:52 by archive
 
CFS2
            Vultee V-11GB.
0.83Mb (1085 downloads)
CFS2 Vultee V-11GB. The Vultee V-11 was a military version of Gerard Vultee's single-engine passenger transport V-1A, with which it shared the wing, the tail surfaces and the undercarriage. Designed as an attack bomber, it was a low-wing, all-metal design with an elongated, four-section canopy covering its two tandem-seated crew members. A dedicated attack bomber version was developed as V-11GB, and provided room for a third crew member-a cameraman cum bomb aimer who would also operate an additional retractable .30-inch machine gun placed on a trapdoor on the bottom of the aft fuselage. The wings now had a pair of .30-inch guns on each side. The estimated bombload was of 1,000 lbs. on internal racks over a range of 2,400 miles. Note to user: The trap door gun is operated by the "tailhook" command. If you hit shift+H on the keyboard the gun will deploy or retract. It will still fire regardless of its current position. Credits: The model is made by William Dickens The textures are by William Dickens The airfile and .dp are by Peperez The panel .bmp is by Phil Perrot. 846K
Posted Sep 19, 2007 08:52 by archive
 
Polish
            fighter PZL P-11c for CFS2 only.
2.02Mb (695 downloads)
Polish fighter PZL P-11c for CFS2 only. Features: -Historically accurate markings -Dynamic virtual cockpit -1% AIR file -and the usual goodies Credits: AIR file by gregoryp using the 1% formula Prop bitmaps (prop.bmp and prop2.bmp) by Robert Reichert and Andrew Wai, modified by Eric MDL, panel, other textures, DP, and the rest by Eric of AOL. Custom sounds here.2MB
Posted Sep 19, 2007 08:52 by archive
 
Polish
            observation aircraft LWS/RWD-14b Czapla for CFS2 only.
2.49Mb (771 downloads)
Polish observation aircraft LWS/RWD-14b Czapla for CFS2 only. Features: -Historically accurate markings -Panel, and all the normal CFS2 goodies Credits: AIR file/notes/checklist by FSAviator Prop bitmaps (prop.bmp and prop2.bmp) by Robert Reichert and Andrew Wai, modified by Eric MDL,other textures, DP, and the rest by Eric of AOL Panel originally by Michel Polski, modified to better fit a Czapla by FSAviator Aircraft uses stock sounds from the Zero, but a separate sound package fitting this aircraft is downloadable from here. 2.5MB
Posted Sep 19, 2007 08:52 by archive
 
Polish
            PZL P-23a & b Karas (2 aircraft) for CFS2 only
3.77Mb (1135 downloads)
Polish PZL P-23a & b Karas (2 aircraft) for CFS2 only This package contains both the trainer/reconnaisance version (PZL P-23a), and the bomber version (PZL P-23b) Please consult the separate readme.txt files with each aircraft for more info. Eric of AOL. 3.8MB
Posted Sep 19, 2007 08:52 by archive
 
CFS
            spitfire XIVc-D
0.93Mb (994 downloads)
CFS spitfire XIVc-D : see enclosed readme especially for panel. Model, flight model, moving parts, textures, mission : Paul Rebuffat original AFX : John Cooper (spitfire IX RCAF) sounds : RALPH PEGRAM. 976K
Posted Sep 19, 2007 08:52 by archive
 
CFS2
            Lavochkin La5-FN "White 93"
4.00Mb (919 downloads)
CFS2 Lavochkin La5-FN "White 93" Flown by Snr Lt V Orekhov, 32.Gv.IAP, 3 Gv.IAD, 1 Gv.IAK, Kursk, July 1943 and Winter sheme For CFS2 only Freeware version The La-5 entered service in 1942. In its developed La-5FN version it was superior to the German fighters at low and medium altitudes.Its disadvantages were primitive equipment, a bounce-inducing undercarriage, and in the early stages very poor production quality. 9,920 were built. This plane is Copyrighted by the DAG (designers Alliance Group) and specially for the : Airfiles : Lee Boyer Damage profiles : Stephane Lehuede (Tubs) Data research : Eric (cfsfrance) Panel : Claudio Dillulo Textures : Alain Coupet (_Ugly_Ducky_) Visual model (plane/payload) : Alain Coupet Virtual Panel : Alain Coupet DAG production.. 4.2MB
Posted Sep 19, 2007 08:52 by archive
 
Repaint
            of the Sopwith Camel From FS2000
0.15Mb (431 downloads)
Repaint of the Sopwith Camel From FS2000. You must have the default Camel from FS 2000 to work. Just extract to the Sopwith Camel Texture folder. Repaint by me. Joseph H. Nageotte. A.K.A. Musicman. 152K
Posted Sep 19, 2007 08:52 by archive
 
CFS2
            Black Maria Sopwith.
0.40Mb (1088 downloads)
CFS2 Black Maria Sopwith. TriplaneThis is a repaint, a totally new, realistic CFS2 flight model, an reworked panel, and a native CFS2 damage profile file for Andy Hall's original Black Maria Sopwith Triplane of WWI fame. The repaint is of Black Roger from the Royal Navy's famed Sopwith Triplane squadron. FREEWARE by Steve "Humbug" Baugh. 412K
Posted Sep 19, 2007 08:52 by archive
 
CFS2
            He162 Salamender German WWII fighter
1.87Mb (1592 downloads)
CFS2 He162 Salamender German WWII fighter. Moving parts,Multi model resolution. Smoke effect included. Original Air file by John Bulteel and Rob Fry, palen by shina Texture, DP, Visual model by Frenchee Frederic Martenot. 2MB
Posted Sep 19, 2007 08:52 by archive